Bromley Planning & Conservation Areas
Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.
Bromley conservation areas:
Aldersmead Road (Beckenham), Durham Avenue (Bromley), Alexandra Cottages (Penge), Farnborough Park, Barnmead Road (Beckenham), Farnborough Village, Beckenham Place Park, Garden Road (Bromley), Belvedere Road (Anerley), Hayes Village, Bickley Park, Kelsey Square (Beckenham), Broadoaks (Bromley), Keston Park, Bromley Common, Keston Village, Hayes and Keston Commons, Manor Way (Beckenham), Bromley Town Centre, Mavelstone Road (Bickley), Broomhill (Orpington), Nash, Cator Road (Penge),Orpington Priory, Chancery Lane, Beckenham Park Langley, Chelsfield Village, Penge High Street, The Chenies, Petts Wood, RAF Biggin Hill, Chislehurst – the village and surrounding commons, St George’s, High St. (Beckenham), Chislehurst Road (Petts Wood), St. Mary Cray Village, Copers Cope Road (Beckenham), St. Paul’s Cray Village, Crystal Palace Park, Shortlands Road, Cudham, Southend Road (Beckenham), Downe, Station Square, Petts Wood, Downs Hill,Sundridge Avenue, (Bromley)